UoL External LLM for non-lawyers


Kaniyex
Hello,

I would like to get some feedback from previous and/or current external LLM participants on the advantage of the LLM in International Business Law for non-lawyers.

I have a bachelor's in Political Science and am finishing a MBA. I think a law degree is a good way to stand out from the rest of the MBAs. Plus, it would make sense since I have a taste of law from my undergraduate degree in political science. I think a LLM looks more prestigious than a MSJ, but please correct me if I'm wrong.

I ultimately want to have a legal related job but in a corporate business environment, not a law firm or as a lawyer for a corporation. I am thinking something along the lines of a Corporate Secretary.

Do you think it is worth obtaining the LLM from University of London? Is the time and money factors worth the results for non-lawyers working in the business world? I don't plan on sitting for any Bar exam anywhere in the world or be a practising lawyer.
I will plan on staying in the USA for work.

Thnak you for any suggestions and comments.
Hello,

I would like to get some feedback from previous and/or current external LLM participants on the advantage of the LLM in International Business Law for non-lawyers.

I have a bachelor's in Political Science and am finishing a MBA. I think a law degree is a good way to stand out from the rest of the MBAs. Plus, it would make sense since I have a taste of law from my undergraduate degree in political science. I think a LLM looks more prestigious than a MSJ, but please correct me if I'm wrong.

I ultimately want to have a legal related job but in a corporate business environment, not a law firm or as a lawyer for a corporation. I am thinking something along the lines of a Corporate Secretary.

Do you think it is worth obtaining the LLM from University of London? Is the time and money factors worth the results for non-lawyers working in the business world? I don't plan on sitting for any Bar exam anywhere in the world or be a practising lawyer.
I will plan on staying in the USA for work.

Thnak you for any suggestions and comments.
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daneko
Hello,

I would like to get some feedback from previous and/or current external LLM participants on the advantage of the LLM in International Business Law for non-lawyers.

I have a bachelor's in Political Science and am finishing a MBA. I think a law degree is a good way to stand out from the rest of the MBAs. Plus, it would make sense since I have a taste of law from my undergraduate degree in political science. I think a LLM looks more prestigious than a MSJ, but please correct me if I'm wrong.

I ultimately want to have a legal related job but in a corporate business environment, not a law firm or as a lawyer for a corporation. I am thinking something along the lines of a Corporate Secretary.

Do you think it is worth obtaining the LLM from University of London? Is the time and money factors worth the results for non-lawyers working in the business world? I don't plan on sitting for any Bar exam anywhere in the world or be a practising lawyer.
I will plan on staying in the USA for work.

Thnak you for any suggestions and comments.


Probably not worth it.
<blockquote>Hello,

I would like to get some feedback from previous and/or current external LLM participants on the advantage of the LLM in International Business Law for non-lawyers.

I have a bachelor's in Political Science and am finishing a MBA. I think a law degree is a good way to stand out from the rest of the MBAs. Plus, it would make sense since I have a taste of law from my undergraduate degree in political science. I think a LLM looks more prestigious than a MSJ, but please correct me if I'm wrong.

I ultimately want to have a legal related job but in a corporate business environment, not a law firm or as a lawyer for a corporation. I am thinking something along the lines of a Corporate Secretary.

Do you think it is worth obtaining the LLM from University of London? Is the time and money factors worth the results for non-lawyers working in the business world? I don't plan on sitting for any Bar exam anywhere in the world or be a practising lawyer.
I will plan on staying in the USA for work.

Thnak you for any suggestions and comments. </blockquote>

Probably not worth it.
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